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PBObsessive Thursday, April 8th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month1 of 1 people found this review helpful.

Paintball
Experience:
2 years
Similar
Products Used:
Most brands of medium bore paint
Marker Setup: Spyder Xtra
14" J&J Ceramic
Java metal feed neck
Ricochet 2k
20oz. co2 with anti-siphon
Recommended
Barrels:
J&J Ceramic SP Teardrop SP Progressive 32* Whisper
Any other medium bore barrel
Strengths: CHEAP!!!!!!! Accurate Lots of colors
Weaknesses: Smell
Shell isn't real pretty
Review: These paintballs are not bad! The smell is probably the worst thing about them, but why would you be sniffing paint anyways? When I first opened a bag, it did smell like a dog took a huge dump in it, but I just learned not to stick my face in the bag lol.

Performance:
These paintballs perform better than any other budget paintball in my experience. They shoot almost as accurately as RPS Big Ball but cost $15 less per case. The paintballs have a nice, bright fill that comes in many colors. Trust me, the fill is so thick there will be absolutely no wiping. My only problem is that because these paintballs come stacked in a bucket type thing, the ones on the bottom have a fair amount of dimples. They don't look real pretty, but the dimpled balls still perform almost as well as the perfectly round ones.

Note: This is not tournament paint!! The shell is not paper thin, and it will not break at long range on baggy clothing. It will break on hard surfaces, or anything closer than 100 feet. Also: These WILL have a broken ball in at least one of the bags in every "bucket" Be sure to wipe of the oil on all the paint in the contaminated bag.

Looks:
I like the bucket, even though it isn't the best paint packaging tool. The fill is nice, the shell isn't. Oh well, nobody takes the time to say "wow that paint looks cool" as the ball is about to hit them. Looks aren't important.

Overall:
Besides some very minor gripes, this paint is awesome. Better than blue streak, better than Zap Spank, better than Nelson Hot Spot, better than Afordaballs. This is without a doubt, the best recreational paint you can buy. I've shot two cases and have only broken 2 balls. My advice: Practice-Chrono-Target Shooting -- Not Tournament
Conclusion: Buy it if you're practicing, screwing around, or playing rec ball. SAVE MONEY!!!! lol Probably the best rec paint out there, but since it still doesn't really compete with tourney balls like marbs and evil, I'll give it an 8.5 (rounded down)
Rating:
8 out of 10Last edited on Monday, June 7th, 2004 at 7:59 pm PST
 

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